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25 Sep 2020 18:17
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    Millions are being spent on new cycleways in Lower Hutt and Wairarapa

    Millions are being spent on new cycleways in Lower Hutt and Wairarapa


    Associate Transport Minister Julie Anne Genter has this morning announced 16-million dollars for the shovel-ready projects.

    Fifteen-million will be spent on the Eastern Bays Shared Path, providing a walk and cycleway along Marine Drive, connecting Lower Hutt's bays with the Remutaka Cycle Trail.

    The remaining million will be spent on a shared path between Featherston and Greytown.

    That's part of the wider Five Towns Trail, eventually connecting Martinborough, Featherston, Greytown, Carterton and Masterton to the Remutaka Cycle Trail.

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